Candidates, Campaigns, and . . . Child Care?
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22 Aug
2018
Written by Valerie Cumming

Candidates, Campaigns, and . . . Child Care? »

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Ever since Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential elections, women have become a mobilized political force like never before. Read more…

New Rules for Digital Campaign Ads
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21 Mar
2018
Written by Valerie Cumming

New Rules for Digital Campaign Ads »

With the national uproar over Russia using Facebook and Twitter to tamper with the 2016 presidential election, it’s no wonder that digital advertising Read more…

Let the Debates Begin!
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30 Jul
2015
Written by Lia Eastep

Let the Debates Begin! »

Earlier this year, the Republican National Committee (RNC) made the decision to limit the number of GOP primary debates and forums to 12. Read more…

No More Straws: Iowa GOP Cancels Tradition
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19 Jun
2015
Written by Lia Eastep

No More Straws: Iowa GOP Cancels Tradition »

There were once two traditional “starts” to the Republican presidential primary season, both of them taking place in Iowa. One of Read more…

Social Media and the Midterms: Who “Likes” Whom?
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28 Oct
2014
Written by Lia Eastep

Social Media and the Midterms: Who “Likes” Whom? »

Traditional ways of reaching out to voters include phone calls, knocking on doors, organized rallies and fundraisers. Modern ways of reaching out include Read more…

Democrats Distance Themselves from Obama
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22 Oct
2014
Written by Lia Eastep

Democrats Distance Themselves from Obama »

Lame Duck Tradition

President Obama is not alone in his position of being shunned by his own party. This has happened with the Read more…

2014 Midterm Elections: All About Control
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15 Oct
2014
Written by Lia Eastep

2014 Midterm Elections: All About Control »

If there happens to be a 50-50 tie come November, the vice president is tasked by the Constitution to break any ties in Read more…

Classroom Connection: Campaign Volunteering
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8 Nov
2012
Written by David Martin

Classroom Connection: Campaign Volunteering »

Election Central’s Classroom Connection asks two AP Government classes at Worthington Kilbourne High School in Worthington, Ohio Read more…

A Review of the Vice Presidential Debate
18 Oct
2012
Written by Lia Eastep

A Review of the Vice Presidential Debate »

Closing Statements Vice President Biden said that the Obama administration entered the White House in a [terrible economic] situation. Biden said they have Read more…

The Role of a Political Spouse
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24 Sep
2012
Written by Lia Eastep

The Role of a Political Spouse »

The wives of the two presidential candidates are playing important roles in this year’s election campaign. Ann Romney and Michelle Obama gave speeches at their party’s national Read more…

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